We talk to guitarist Pete Dee and feature the music of The Adicts. Dee tells us about piloting the music in The Adicts and being an Englishman in California. Topics: Outsight, Radio, Hours, Outsight Radio Hours, pete dee, the adicts
In late 2006 Homer Flynn of the Cryptic Corporation, official "babysitter" to The Residents, talks about the Icky Flicks project and possible future projects for the group Topics: residents, the residents, homer flynn, cryptic corporation, outsight, outsight radio, outsight...
Label curator Andy Votel chats live on Outsight Radio Hours about the origins and plans of B-Music, Finders Keepers Records and Twisted Nerve. Topics: Andy Votel, Outsight Radio, Outsight, Outsight Radio Hours, B-Music, Finders Keepers Records,...
Old School and proud of it, poet Heather Haley recalls her involvement in the early Canadian punk scene with The Zellots in more. On the eve of the release of her Aural Heather CD of spoken word songs, Princess Nut, we also here how this is a progression of her earlier spoken word and song projects. Topics: Heather Haley, Outsight Radio Hours, Outsight Radio, Outsight, Zellots, The Zellots, Aural Heather,...
Author Tony Fletcher on Outsight Radio Hours. In the 10-February-2013 interview we discuss his book on the Smiths, "A Light That Never Goes Out: The Enduring Saga of the Smiths". Topics: Author, Tony Fletcher, Outsight, Radio, Hours, Smiths
A collection of interviews with people that worked with Frank Zappa. - Frank Zappa recalled by Arthur Barrow on 13-Jan-2008 - Detroit soul singer Kris Peterson recalls working on Waka/Jawaka - Don Preston, frequent Zappa collaborator, from 15-April-2007 - Napoleon Murphy Brock recalls Zappa on 27-May-2007 - Jon Larsen on 28-October-2007 recalls working with Jimmy Carl Black just before his death Topics: Outsight Radio Hours, frank, zappa, kris peterson
This is a 7-Octo2012 interview with punk turned Quaker R. Scot Miller. We talk about the transformation in his life, his lifestyle, and views. In a follow-up 3-Feb-2013 interview, we discuess an article he was working on called "Liberating Eve" on feminism, The Bible, and the male approach to the union of the topics. The attached Word document is the draft version the interview is based on, including annotations with my notes in italics. "LibEveScot 2_17_13.rtf" is a later,... Topics: punk, Quaker, R. Scot Miller, Outsight, Radio, Hours, outsight radio, eve, bible, feminism,...
Dave Swanson of Rainy Day Saints talks to us of garage rock in Ohio and the Rainy Day Saints discography on 21-Feb-2010. After the release of All These Strange Ghosts, we catch up again with Swanson (23-Sep-2012) on that album and more, such as why there is a song to his cat on there and on Diamond Star Highway "Sonic Reducer" was covered at such a slow tempo. Topics: Dave Swanson, Rainy Day Saints, garage, rock, Ohio, Get Hip, outsight, outsight radio, outsight...
Frank Pahl discusses his Little Bang Theory project in a 2012-01-08 interview on Outsight Radio Hours. Included is a Janauary 2002 interview with Frank. Topics: Frank Pahl, Little Bang Theory, interview, Outsight Radio, Hours
Trey Gunn visits Outsight Radio Hours about recording "Modulator", which is Gunn on top of a 51-minute Marco Minnemann drum solo. We also discuss other Gunn projects, including Quodia Topics: Trey Gunn, Outsight, Radio, Hours, Modulator, Marco Minnemann, Quodia
Interview with former Federal Prisoner Nick Medvecky, a.k.a. Doctor Publico, and current blogger at AmericanTribune.org. He is reflecting back to a complex world his 20 years of experience in federal penitentiaries. Topics: Doctor Publico, Outsight, Radio, Hours, AmericanTribune.org, American, Tribune
Two interviews from innovative Tampa Bay-area guitarist and educator Todd Grubbs. One is from 17-June 2007 and covers collaborating with Don Preston (Mothers of Invention) and the 3-April 2011 interview coverse Grubbs' album RETURN OF THE WORM. Topics: todd, grubbs, Outsight, Radio, Hours, tampa, guitar, don, preston
In an Outsight Radio Hours interview, Bob Sloan discusses his blog site: http://sloan-wwwpiecp-violations.blogspot.com/ and the impact of corporations and corporate influences upon our government by private prison management companies in search of larger profits. He discusses many of the changes that have occurred over the past 30 years that have brought us to this point, the impact upon prisons, manufacturing and other important issues that result from PIECP violations Topics: private, prisons, outsight, radio, hours, bob sloan, robert sloan, piecp
Two interviews with Timothy Sellers of Artichoke. One from 19 February 2012, the othe from May 2005 or earlier. In the 2012 interview we talk about his album about bees, in the earlier interview we talk about his songs about scientists. Topics: Timothy, Sellers, artichoke, Outsight, Radio, Hours, bees, scientists
Susan SurfTone on Outsight Radio Hours. The 28-Jul-2013 interview is about the groovy and cool "Too Far" CD, it's splash of theremin, cover model Seana, and more. Topics: Susan, SurfTone, Outsight, Radio, Hours, surf, theremin, seana
Interviews with Christopher Brown or Random Touch about multi-media creation with Random Touch, philosophy, the universe, and everything. Topics: Christopher Brown, Random Touch, multi-media, Outsight, Radio, Hours
Creative home recording artist Dan Susnara interviewed on Outsight Radio Hours the 21-April-2013 interview is focused on his new breadwinter project. In 2014 Dan returned to talk about his more recent creations, which are becoming less collages and more compositional. These podcasts are preserved as Mixcloud cloudcasts. Topics: home, recording, Dan, Susnara, interview, Outsight, Radio, Hours, breadwinter
In this interview with Asylum Street Spankers vocalist Christina Marrs, we discuss the group's "agnostic gospel" album "God's Favorite Band." We hear about the long association of the group with gospel music, sometimes from an irreverant direction. Christina also tells about the her success in leading the group's audio engineering duties, such as on "Mommy Says No!", the award-winning, family-friendly album from the group. Topics: Christina Marrs, Asylum Street Spankers, gospel, outsight, radio, hours
Author Bruce Pollock interviewed on Outsight Radio Hours about his book "If You Like The Beatles..." We discuss the book which covers what inspired The Beatles, the group's impact, and how their influence is still felt in music today. Topics: Author, Bruce Pollock, interview, Outsight, Radio, Hours, Beatles, influence
This interview with double bassist Peter Seymour covers the PROJECT Trio's third studio recording â a self-titled album that continues the ensemble's unique and heralded musical exploration. The flute/cello/bass group provides more musical innovation than one might expect from a traditional chamber ensemble. In this interview we discuss the groupâs background, goals, and the unique selection of covers on this album from Brubeck and Guns N' Roses. Topics: peter seymour, outsight, radio, hours, double bass, project trio
Blues guitarist Eli Cook interviewed on Outsight Radio Hours. We talk about his discography, journey through the blues and keeping it rooted and real. Topics: Blues, guitar, Eli Cook, interview, Outsight, Radio, Hours
Interviews with Graham Reynolds, composer for film (A Scanner Darkly, etc.) and stage, on Outsight Radio Hours. These interviews discuss his recorded composition projects and the beginnings of collaboration with Christina Marrs. Topics: Graham Reynolds, Outsight, Radio, Hours, a scanner darkly, Christina Marrs
Publicist Bryan Farrish interview 2011-02-20 on Outsight Radio Hours. Farrish gives an insider's account of building reputation and visibility through direct communiction to DJs, finding gig opportunities in such places as churches, and the true value of digital servicing. Digital Servicing is a common industry practive now, but new artists may have an inflated view of its value, based on Farrish's professional experience. Topics: Farrish, Bryan, Outsight, Radio, Hours, music, publicist, digital, servicing, promotion
From http://www.barryschrader.com/ Barry Schrader (born Barry Walter Schrader, June 26, 1945, Johnstown, Pennsylvania) is an American composer specializing in electro-acoustic (primarily electronic) music. His compositions for electronics, dance, film, video, mixed media, live/electro-acoustic music combinations, and real-time computer performance have been presented throughout the world. Schrader has been acclaimed by the Los Angeles Times as "a composer born to the electronic... Topics: Barry Schrader, interviews, Outsight, Radio, Hours.eam, electro-acoustic
Drummer Butch Trucks (The Allman Brothers Band) is interviewed 7-March-2010 on Outsight Radio Hours. Butch outlines the bandsâ plans to use Moogis.com to make the Web a real venue for the group, and more. We also hear some historical recollections beside a summary of the approach the band is taking in court over how digital sales of their songs are being handled. Topics: Butch Trucks, Allman Brothers, interview, Outsight, Radio, Hours, Moogis
In this Robert Normandeau interview we talk about the definition of "music", if electroacoustic compositions apply, the short-lived DVD Audio format, and more. Topics: Robert, Normandeau, Outsight, Radio, Hours, electroacoustic, eam, dvd, audio
Avant-pop composer Joseph Keckler discusses his album Featured Creatures, growing up in Michigan, composing in New York, the Fiji Mermaid, and future plans. Topics: Outsight, Radio, Hours, Joseph Keckler, Featured Creatures, fiji mermaid
Joe Oestreich recalls decades in Ohio stalwart rockers Watershed on Outsight Radio Hours and his indie memoir "Hitless Wonder" Topics: Joe, Oestreich, Ohio, Watershed, Outsight, Radio, Hours, Hitless Wonder
A handful of interviews with Shane Bugbee on Outsight Radio Hours. The 6-Jan-2013 one covers "The Suffering and Celebration of Life in America", a book and movie (http://www.usaodd.com/) an outcome of their 2008 Year At the Wheel (http://www.youtube.com/ayearatthewheel/) to "cover the 2008 election from all the wrong zip codes". Topics: shane, amy, bugbee, Outsight, Radio, Hours, 2008, election, interview, interviews
Brian Carpenter of Beat Circus takes us into his personal and musical past as we explore the motivating underpinnings of his "weird American gothic" trilogy. The latest volume, Cuneiform's "Boy From Black Mountain", won Best Alt-Country album in the Independent Music Awards and was inspired by Carpenter's son's autism diagnosis. Topics: outsight, radio, hours, brian carpenter, beat circus, americana, autism
Author Kent Gustavson on Outsight Radio Hours. In the 24-February-2013 interview we discuss his book on Doc Watson, "Blind But Now I See: The Biography of Music Legend Doc Watson". Topics: Author, Kent, Gustavson, Outsight, Radio, Hours, interview, Doc Watson
Alan Merrill of Vodka Collins and The Arrows and songwriter of "I Love Rock 'N Roll" interviewed on Outsight Radio Hours. Topics: Alan, Merrill, Vodka, Collins, Arrows, songwriter, Outsight, Radio, Hours.
These interviews with Marilyn Carino on Outsight Radio Hours cover her time with Mudville, the start of her post-Mudville solo career and her "Little Genius" album. We also talk about Buddhism, life, and more. Topics: interview, Marilyn Carino, Outsight, Radio, Hours, Mudville, Little Genius, Buddhism
Adrian H of Adrian H & The Wounds interviewed on Outsight Radio Hours about doing vintage-feelign goth-rock without guitars, backing David J, and weird Austin. Topics: Adrian H, wounds, Outsight, Radio, Hours, goth, David J, Austin
David Yow of The Jesus Lizard was on Outsight Radio Hours 30-Mar-2014 to discuss The Jesus Lizard Book. We also discuss the iconic imagery on the group's album "Down". Topics: outsight, radio, hours, yow, david, jesus lizard, down, book